560 Billion Legos: A Toy Story Told Brick by Brick

Feb. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Lego is the Apple of toy companies -- innovative, fiercely protective of its values and hugely successful. The Lego movie, opening this weekend, is a victory lap for the company, which last year became the second-largest toymaker in the world after Mattel...but the company wasn’t always so prosperous: its roots stretch back to Depression-era Denmark. Bloomberg looks back at the eventful 80-year history of Lego. (Source: Bloomberg)

What an Adjusted Border Tax Means for Businesses
43:11 - Bloomberg's Jacqueline Simmons discusses the proposed U.S. Border Adjustment Tax and what it means for businesses. She speaks to Bloomberg's Manus Cranny and Anna Edwards on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe." (Source: Bloomberg)
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